|Richard Lynch (1936 - 2012)
Brother of Barry Lynch
|Open Season (The Recon Game) (1974) [Art]: Shot to death with a telescopic rifle, along with Peter Fonda and John Phillip Law, by William Holden, after Peter, John, and Richard kill Cornelia Sharpe. (Thanks to Stephen)
God Told Me To (Demon) (1976) [Bernard Phillips]: Killed by Tony Lo Bianco after Richard reveals his half-alien nature.
Deathsport (1978) [Ankar Moor]: Decapitated at the end of a swordfight with David Carradine.
Invasion USA (1985) [Mikhail Rostov]: Killed in an explosion when Chuck Norris fires a rocket launcher at him. (Thanks to Kyle)
Bad Dreams (1988) [Harris]: Burned to death, along with the rest of his followers (apart from Jennifer Rubin, who survives), when they douse themselves with gasoline and set the cabin on fire as a mass suicide. He appears to Jennifer periodically throughout the rest of the movie, but it's eventually revealed that Richard's "ghost" was just a hallucination induced by Harris Yulin's psychological manipulation and drugs.
Puppet Master III: Toulon's Revenge (1991) [Major Krauss]: Impaled on a halberd, when he falls onto it after Guy Rolfe sets fire to the ropes suspending Richard from the ceiling. (Thanks to Matthew)
Murder, She Wrote: To the Last Will I Grapple with Thee (1992) [Michael O'Connor]: Commits suicide by shooting himself in the head, arranging it to frame George Hearn for his "murder." His body is shown when the police discover him, and his death is shown in a flashback later on when Angela Lansbury explains what happened. (Thanks to Dignan)
Murder, She Wrote: Amsterdam Kill (1994) [Philip de Kooning]: Stabbed in the chest by Marcus Gilbert. His body is shown afterwards when Angela Lansbury discovers him, and the murder is shown in a flashback later on. (Thanks to Dignan)
Terminal Virus (Last Chance) (1995) [Callaway]: Killed in an explosion when Susan Africa fires at the fuel drums beside him, as he tries to escape from the camp. (Thanks to Stephen)
Laid to Rest (2009) [Mr. Jones]: Impaled through the back with a metal pole by Nick Principe, as Bobbi Sue Luther looks on in horror. (Thanks to Matthew)
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